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for second place on the all-time list of Montreal Canadiens goaltending wins Saturday night at Canadian Tire Centre.By defeating the Ottawa Senators [url=http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-marc-andre-fleury-jersey]Marc-Andre Fleury Jersey[/url] , Price will record victory number 289, same as Patrick Roy and behind only Jacques Plante, who won 314 games.It will be the 563rd game for Price, while Roy played 551 and Plante played 556.Article continues below ...“That’s a statistic I can definitely be proud of,” Price told reporters after practice on Friday, per NHL.com. “I’ve played with a lot of great hockey players and on a lot of good teams in my career. It helped me along the way to get here. There are a lot of people in my life who have helped me get to this point, and I’m very grateful for all of them.”Plagued by injuries in two of the past three seasons, the 31-year old Price has looked sharp through four starts in 2018-19. Into Ottawa he takes a 2-1-1 record with a 2.24 goals against average and .912 save percentage, giving the Canadiens (4-1-1) a little bit of their swagger back.“He’s a dominant player that other teams have to prepare for,” Brendan Gallagher, who has been teammates with Price for his entire [url=http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-nate-schmidt-jersey]Nate Schmidt Jersey[/url] , seven-season career, told NHL.com. “With him, it’s come to a point where you just expect brilliance every single night. He’s been through some ups and downs, he’s dealt with adversity, but he’s handled it as well as anyone can. What he’s meant to this team and organization is impressive. It’s fun to be his teammate.”The Canadiens have won their last three games defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings and, on Wednesday, downing the St. Louis Blues 3-2. The Senators (3-2-1) have won two in a row, beating the Los Angeles Kings and Dallas Stars by scores of 5-1 and 4-1, respectively.The Senators suffered a significant injury Monday against the Stars, however.Impressive first round pick Brady Tkachuk tore a leg ligament during the first period – but finished the game – and is expected to miss a month. Taking his place alongside Chris Tierney and Mark Stone on a line that was enjoying success will be Ryan Dzingel [url=http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-oscar-dansk-jersey]http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-oscar-dansk-jersey[/url] , who missed the last two games with a lower body injury.Dzingel, the team’s co-goal scoring leaders last season with 23, had two goals and two assists in four outings before coming out of the lineup.“We had a lot of time off,” Dzingel said. “It was just a precautionary thing to make sure it didn’t stretch out for the whole season. I feel a lot better now.“It was a full team decision and I’m glad they helped me out with that. Guys who are playing don’t want to take time off, so it’s hard to say yes to that. But it was a good idea.”The fact that the Canadiens and Senators are off to winning starts is unexpected in what is considered a transition year for both teams but Ottawa coach Guy Boucher doesn’t see the Canadiens that way, however.“They’ve played terrific, but I’m not surprised,” Boucher said. “When I sit in my office and look at their lineup, I don’t know why people were not expecting them to be good. They’ve got four solid lines of good hockey players that are coming at you, with a terrific goaltender.” ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The hottest team in the NHL keeps on winning — with a rookie goaltender helping to make history along the way.Jordan Binnington made 31 saves and the St. Louis Blues posted their third straight shutout [url=http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-oscar-lindberg-jersey]Authentic Oscar Lindberg Jersey[/url] , beating the Minnesota Wild 4-0 on Sunday for their 10th straight win.Binnington made 21 saves to blank Arizona on Thursday, and Jake Allen stopped 32 shots in a 3-0 win against Colorado on Saturday. St. Louis hasn’t allowed a goal in 187:16, since late in an 8-3 win over New Jersey on Tuesday.“It’s all good stuff,” Blues interim coach Craig Berube said. “Players are doing a great job, they’re going out and executing every night and playing hard and doing the right things.”Vladimir Tarasenko had a goal and two assists and Ryan O’Reilly, Vince Dunn and Brayden Schenn also scored to help St. Louis match the best winning streak in franchise history, completed in January 2002. The run also ties the Blues for the longest streak in the NHL this season. The Blues have won eight straight on the road, their best such run since taking 10 straight in 2000.Alex Stalock stopped 26 shots for Minnesota in his first action since Feb. 2.Binnington improved to 12-1-1 since making his first NHL start on Jan. 7 with four shutouts on the road.“I think everyone’s happy as a team for that, and it just shows how good we’re playing as a team,” Binnington said. “I think it’s fun to be a Blues fan now.”A wide-open Tarasenko scored the first goal 5:08 into the first period. The power-play tally extended Tarasenko’s career-high points streak to 12 games. He has 11 goals and 11 assists during the streak.“He’s pretty good, as you can see [url=http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-reilly-smith-jersey]http://www.goldenknightsshoponline.com/authentic-reilly-smith-jersey[/url] ,” Binnington said of Tarasenko. “He’s got a good shot, everyone knows, and it’s fun to watch him. I’m happy to be on this side of it.”Tarasenko also had an assist on O’Reilly’s goal later in the first that made it 2-0. The assist was Tarasenko’s 400th point. He later picked up the assist on Schenn’s second-period goal that put St. Louis up 4-0. Schenn fired the puck off Wild defenseman Nick Seeler, who slid into the net and took the puck with him.St. Louis’ power play was 3 for 30 in its previous 13 games heading into Sunday but converted twice in the first period. The Blues finished 2 for 6 with the man advantage.“Obviously, it’s a special teams game,” Wild center Eric Staal said. “They get two power-play goals early. It’s tough to come back on a team like that.”Minnesota was 0 for 5 on the power play. The Wild are 1-5-3 in their last nine games and heard boos from the home crowd during Sunday’s loss.“There’s a lot of stuff that’s we’re just not doing well enough,” said Wild forward Zach Parise. “I just don’t feel like we’re really competing that hard.”Despite its current four-game losing streak, Minnesota remains in playoff position with the eighth-most points in the Western Conference.Dunn scored his eighth goal of the year to give the Blues a 3-0 lead in the second. Dunn’s one-timer on a 3-on-1 rush came just after St. Louis successfully killed off a penalty.NOTES: Wild C Matt Hendricks (upper body) and C Victor Rask (lower body) both missed their second straight games with injuries. … St. Louis has a plus-26 goal differential during its 10-game win streak. … Tarasenko scored his 204th career goal, which ties him with Pavol Demitra for seventh in Blues history.UP NEXTBlues: Host Toronto on Tuesday night.Wild: Host Anaheim on Tuesday night.
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